Friday, March 10, 2006

Case Law Development: Incompetent and Dishonest Family Law Practice

An Ohio Attorney has had his licensed suspended for two years for incompetent and dishonest representation in a number of cases.  Worth bringing to the attention of the family law student is the fact that a number of the attorney's violations included telling a client to keep his children in violation of a court order to transfer the children to the other parent and sending other attorneys to hearings when those attorneys were not prepared to handle the case.

Muskingum County Certified Griev. Comm. v. Greenberger, 108 Ohio St. 3d 258; 2006 Ohio 790; 2006 Ohio LEXIS 540 (March 8, 2006)
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